How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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Trying _so_ hard not to laugh...

...because it'd be terribly rude. But, clunkies does give one a thwap on the side of the head with the absurd. This isn't critisism, as someone who occasionally likes to do some transvestitism, I'm not about to critisize people for dressing up in costume, but when I hear things like "I [want] someone to love me as the machine I am", I have to laugh.

I think part of my amusment is I'm a non-sexual clunkie. The idea of dressing up with wires and rivets and panels strikes me as cool, but mostly because I'd like those wires and rivets to be functional somehow. But still...

At least I can sympathize with this more than furries... and funny, the music that has gone by while scanning that site? Some proppellerheads and Portishead. Fitting, methinks.

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